By 2020 Intel's first graphics cards based on the Xe architecture will be released. The first test phase has already been completed, as Intels Robert "Bob" H. Swan mentioned in a statement after the announcement of the quarterly results in late October - it was an "important milestone ."
Now all of the sudden an entry in the benchmark database of GFXBench is spotted. There, a device named "Graphics gfx-driver-user-feature_dg1_poweron-27723 DCH ReleaseInternal" listed. The abbreviation "dg1" stands for Discrete Graphics 1 and has long been associated with Intel's Xe architecture. The latest discovery was made by the @KOMACHI.
No real benchmark was performed or the results have been restricted from viewing neither will; you be able to read out specs, but only a so-called power-on test - the card was put into operation. Instead of detailed results you will find only "N/A" (not available). But this at least proves the functionality of the GPU and the device drivers. Rumors assume up to 512 EUs (execution units) for Xe, which should be about the same as the performance of a Geforce RTX 2080. Xe graphics cards are expected somehwere in the middle of 2020 at the earliest.